GECC rakes in $30k profit with more big shows to come

THE Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre recorded a $30, 383 profit last month.

The theatre took in the most money, earning the centre $25,871.

 

Many other regional cities have convention centres. Pictured is Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre.
Many other regional cities have convention centres. Pictured is Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre. Mike Richards GLA201114BULD

Events at the theatre were also the costliest at $58,958.

More than 14,000 people flocked to the centre in August.

The entertainment centre has more big shows booked before the end of the year too, including Icehouse, a beer festival, and the Queensland Ballet's tutus on tour.

It's set to be a big week at the centre too, with the Gladstone City Eisteddfod's dance category now underway.

Here is what's coming up at the entertainment centre:

Alice in Wonderland stage show on September 26

Queensland Ballet's Tutus on Tour on September 28

Icehouse on October 1

The first Gladstone City Farmers Market on October 8

Beer and the Beast November 30



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